Grade II single-storey stone barn on a traditional rare breeds farm with good walking from the door and panoramic views over an unspoilt rural landscape.
Hareley Barn has a twin bedroom, bathroom with splash shower and spa bath, king-size en suite bedroom, living/dining room, kitchen, laundry room. Own entrance gate from lane. Full central heating and a woodburning stove. Three National Trust properties, half-timbered villages, gardens and good inns and restaurants to visit. The market town of Bromyard, three miles away, offers a range of independent shops. This traditional Herefordshire farm is a haven for wildlife where we rear rare native breed sheep, pigs and poultry.
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Hareley Farm specialises in rare native breed sheep, pigs and poultry.
Hareley Barn offers two spacious bedrooms, one with 5 foot bed and en-suite bathroom. The other bedroom has two single beds. Both contain a 2'6" convertible bed suitable for a child. A separate bathroom has splash shower and spa bath.
There is a spacious living room with panoramic views of the valley, log burning stove, dining area, two sofas, digital television, DVD, video and stereo/CD player, a separate kitchen and a laundry room.
There is ood walking from the door. Places to visit include the National Trust properties of Brockhampton, Berrington Hall and Croft Castle, Eastnor Castle and Hampton Court, private gardens, Black-and-White Village Trail, Hereford Cathedral and the Mappa Mundi along with traditional market towns.
- Deposit: 50.00%
- Check In Time: 16:00
- Check Out Time: 10:00
- Child maximum age: 0
Additional Directions Information
Directions to Hareley Farm
From A44 Worcester-Leominster Road.
3 miles east of Bromyard, just past Brockhampton National Trust Property,
take the B4220 Malvern Road (there is an earlier sign for Linley Green when coming from Worcester but this is a very narrow back lane.)
Take the first left, signposted Linley Green.
Take the next lefy opposite Stonehouse Farm, signposted Knightwick.
Hareley Farm is the first house on the left.
Take the second entrance, with a Hareley Farm blackboard sign next to the gate; Hareley Barn is on the left.